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Our cold basement is now our 2nd family room
- 02.06.2022 - Art Nr: 6

We wanted luxury vinyl floors in our basement to add another living space in our house but we were worried about a cold hard surface being uncomfortable.
Easy warm floor’s net matting floor heat solved our problem. These mats and the thermostat are great. When in use we can create a warm and inviting environment for our grandkids to hang out in and can turn them off when not down there.
Our original plan of using area rugs wouldn’t be nearly as warm and comfortable. I am happy we made the right choice.
-Kim S

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Easy Warm Floor heats our Sunroom
- 20.05.2022 - Art Nr: 5

While adding the floor heating to our new sunroom was a little more expensive, it gets the job done. There are so many great features to this system that make it worth it, especially if you live in an area with cold winters. I love how quickly the floor heats up and that there's an automatic shut-off feature when the room isn't being used. - Colleen M.

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My Cold Bathroom Solution
- 20.05.2022 - Art Nr: 4

My bathrooms are often the coldest rooms in our house. This is problematic for my wife with mobility issues.

I found that the quickmat floor heating is an efficient way to heat up my bathroom and make it more comfortable. It's also been kind to my energy bill, since I havent had to turn up the heat as high in other rooms to accommodate a cold bathroom in the morning.

Thank you for making it easy.


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heated floor mat
- 19.05.2022 - Art Nr: 3

Our heated floor mat is the ultimate in heating and comfort. Our mat is available in two sizes, regular and extra-long, replicating the nuances of space heating perfect for tile and wood floors.

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jim comment about heated floor mat
- 19.05.2022 - Art Nr: 2

I don't know if I love this heated floor mat more because it warms up the space around me or the fact that it gives me a cozy feeling My feet feel so nice on this floor, and I'm a guy who hates wearing socks in the winter! The other day I came home from work and felt my toes go numb

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underfloor heating
- 30.12.2020 - Art Nr: 2

Electric underfloor heating not only keeps the toes warm and creates comfort. It is also both easy and cheap to install. In turn, it can give you a galloping electricity bill and should therefore be used sparingly. Photo:
What is electric underfloor heating?

Electric underfloor heating is underfloor heating that is based on a network of electrical wires that become hot when electricity flows through them. The wires can either be cast into a concrete floor or laid under a wooden floor in the same way as water-based underfloor heating.

The electrical wires are typically attached to a net, so-called mats that are rolled out where the heat in the floor should be. The mats are about 2-4 mm thick.
What rules apply to electric underfloor heating?

In general, it is not legal to establish electricity as the primary heating source in a house located in an area that is supplied with either gas or district heating. It is approx. 75 percent of all homes in Denmark, and primarily these are homes in the cities. Detached houses in the countryside usually have their own central heating system.

There are certain exceptions where you may well use electricity for heating and thus electric underfloor heating:

If there was already electric heating in your home in 1994, when the rules came into force.
In an extension to a house with electric heating, where a completely new heating system is not established.
If there are technical conditions that make it disproportionately expensive to install a more environmentally friendly heat source.
As a supplementary heat source, for example for heating exterior rooms, attics or rooms that are rarely used.
In holiday homes, holiday homes, allotment garden houses, etc.
Limited electric heating in bathroom floors, so-called comfort heating.

ALSO READ: Advantages and disadvantages of underfloor heating in new floors
Section of a smaller bathroom with electric underfloor heating

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